On the second day, we worship Maa Brahmacharini. The name is a derivative from the word “Brahma” which means Tapa or penace.
As we saw in the previous post. Maa Parvati is the rebirth of Maa Sati. She had resolved to marry Lord Shiva. She faces lots of roadblocks but finally through her penance or Tapa she gets her wish fulfilled.
This form teaches me to remain firm on what I want from life and go ahead in that direction. If I put all my efforts I will ultimately achieve my goal.
The Jap Mala in the right hand and a Kamandal in the left hand, this is such another peaceful swarup of the Goddess.
The color for the day is White.
Do share to your white selfies.
Pic Credits: http://blog.ninecolours.com/navratri-day-2-dwitiya-chandra-darshan-brahmacharini-pujan/.
Disclaimer: These are my thoughts and learnings gathered through experiences and reading. I dont mean to hurt anyone. I wish to share my learnings from each day.